It seems like just yesterday, we started telling you about the Android 13 Beta. And now, Android 13 is fully baked and ready to send out to phones. It has tons of new features, stylings, and more. But personally, as someone constantly using earbuds, I’m super excited for proper Bluetooth LE support. Finally.
If you’re using an Android phone or curious in general, hit up the top story for more details.
After an impressively short beta program, the Android 13 update is now available. It’s an interesting update that builds on last year’s Android 12 release—not only does it refine the Material You design, but it introduces some highly-requested features and greatly expands Android security. Read More »
After a lot of hype, the Nothing Phone 1 is here—unless you’re in the USA. Following the unexpectedly excellent Nothing Ear 1 earbuds, the Phone 1 had the challenge of delivering something unique in a crowded field. And you know what? I’m surprised how much I like this phone. Read More »
In June, rumors started swirling that Google was getting ready to finally release an all-new Nest Wifi router that embraces the future by featuring Wi-Fi 6E. Now, it looks like that device just cleared FCC approval, hinting at an upcoming release. Read More »
Older versions of Zoom could allow hackers to take over your macOS through a privilege escalation vulnerability. But the latest Zoom update (5.11.5) patches this flaw. If you use Zoom on your Mac, you should update the software now. Read More »
Electric vehicle maker Rivian is busy testing a new dual-motor configuration for its popular R1T and R1S electric vehicles. The company recently confirmed these cheaper motors are being winter-tested in the harsh outdoor elements of New Zealand. Read More »
This portable and collapsable chair is perfect for those moments you’d rather sit down than stand. It’s under three inches thick when closed, but then this little gadget telescopes open and becomes a stool perfect for camping, hiking, fishing, sporting events, or even just relaxing in the garage. Take a seat anywhere.
It’s lightweight, has a comfy padded seat, adjusts to several different lengths, and comes with a convenient carry strap and bag. It’s safe and sturdy thanks to anti-slip feet and a 400-lbs weight limit. Give it a try today.
Today, retro arcade maker, Arcade 1Up, announced pre-order availability for its newest nostalgia gaming arcade cabinet: NFL Blitz Legends. The cabinet features remastered versions of 90s classic games NFL Blitz, NFL Blitz ’99, and NFL Blitz 2000: Gold Edition. Read More »
If you’re one of the millions of people who love DIY projects and have a bunch of power tools, you’ll want to look at the latest DeWALT recall. The company recently started recalling nearly 1.4 million tools, mainly Miter Saws, over the risk of injury or laceration. Read More »
The upcoming Pixel Watch is exciting simply because we’re finally getting a watch made by Google. However, countless rumors have suggested one of the biggest drawbacks will be the battery life, and now a Fitbit app leak appears to back that up. Read More »
Earlier this year at CES, Samsung unveiled its massive 55-inch curved and rotating gaming monitor called the Odyssey Ark. We heard it could come out this summer. Now, this gaming monitor is finally available to pre-order. That said, it has a huge tag to match its epic size. Read More »
Once regarded for their picture quality, plasma TVs no longer have a place in the market. But what has led to the disappearance of this TV technology? And if you are looking for a plasma TV replacement, what should you get? Read More »
Many believe that if you’re not buying the latest and best version of a product you’re settling for hot garbage, but that’s not always true. In reality, you can save money on a lot of tech products without compromising your overall experience. Read More »
True wireless earbuds have come a long way fairly quickly. Now, features that you’d have to pay more than $250 for just a few years ago are coming to more and more affordable earbuds. The JBL Live Free 2 are a perfect example, with active noise cancellation (ANC) and an Ambient Sound mode for $150. Read More »
It seems like every gamer is interested in the Steam Deck handheld gaming PC, but Valve simply can’t make enough devices to satisfy demand. Long waiting lists are the norm for Steam Deck, but clones could soon ease the strain. Read More »